Grammatical Error

Faiz Ahmad

A skyreplacesthe skyalmost imperceptiblyuntil we turnour heads aroundface-to-face withthe unholy axethat chopped ourseeing in two:the-world anda-world

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Faiz Ahmad is a recent graduate in Biological Sciences, IIT Madras, India. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Salamander, Denver Quarterly, Constellations, Harpur Palate, Storm Cellar and others.

Volume 54, Number 2

Denver, Colorado

University of Denver

Editor
W. Scott Howard

Associate Editor
Alicia Wright

Managing Editor
Vincent James

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Emily Altman
Cass Eddington

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